On Honesty as the Ultimate Virtue of Being

Topic:Philosophy
Posted on:Aug 28, 2012
Captured by:Austin M
Method:Dictation

The familiarity of the word “honesty” interferes with its remarkable meaning, and more, its remarkable implications. Honesty is the ultimate virtue of being. To be fully is to be honest. Honesty, in this sense, must first be understood as a technical term. It is structure. It is structural integrity. It is an alignment of parts. What is the ultimate alignment of parts? Unity. A unified whole is (precisely) ultimate honesty. When the parts are so aligned that they become one, they are ultimately aligned.

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